Cars threaten Spain's lynx, world's most endangered feline

An Iberian lynx takes its first steps after being released on a farm near the village of Mazarambros near Toledo, central Spain as part of an initiative to repopulate the endangered speciesThe world’s most endangered feline species, the Iberian lynx, is making a comeback in Spain after being pushed to the brink of extinction. The number of lynx killed by collisions with vehicles has soared since Spain’s economic crisis began in 2008. Cars are “the greatest threat for the future of the lynx”, according to the WWF, the World Wide Fund for Nature.

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